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2006
Springer

Exception Handling and Asynchronous Active Objects: Issues and Proposal

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Exception Handling and Asynchronous Active Objects: Issues and Proposal
Asynchronous Active Objects (AAOs), primarily exemplied by actors [1], nowadays exist in many forms (various kinds of actors, agents and components) and are more and more used because they t well the dynamic and asynchronous nature of interactions in many distributed systems. They raise various new issues regarding exception handling for which few operational solutions exist. More precisely, a need exists for a generic, simple and expressive, programmer level, exception handling system that appropriately handles the following main exception handling issues or requirements in the context of AAOs: encapsulation, object autonomy, coordination of concurrent collaborative entities [2], caller contextualization [3], asynchronous signaling and handler execution, resolution of concurrent exceptions [4,5], exception criticality [6] and object reactivity. This paper presents the specication of an evolution of the Sage exception handling system [7], which provides solutions to those issues in the...
Christophe Dony, Christelle Urtado, Sylvain Vautti
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ECOOPWEXCEPTION
Authors Christophe Dony, Christelle Urtado, Sylvain Vauttier
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